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Masarira advocates for fair redistribution of land

Political, Development and Socioeconomic Rights Activist and LEAD President Linda Tsungirirai Masarira has challenged ZANU PF’s unfair distribution of land and opted for redistribution of land fairly to productive farmers and avoidance of multiple farm ownership. “Land must be redistributed fairly. As LEAD, we say no to multiple farm ownership and owning land without making it productive. The liberation struggle ...

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I do not support state lies: Mliswa

Honorable Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency Temba Peter Mliswa said he is not in support of politicians’ lies as many mistook his confrontation to Nick Mangwana on propaganda on twitter this week. Mliswa twitted on his Twitter defending himself as a lot of people accused him of being ZANU PF. “Some mistook my query to Nick Mangwana on propaganda ...

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Marry uses juju: Chiwenga

Vice President Constantino Nyikadzino Guvheya Chiwenga exposed Marry Mubaiwa’s juju use in court yesterday as he responded to the latter’s court report.  “Applicant is a very dangerous person who basically wanted to liquidate me from the face of this earth. Possibly what saved me was failure on my part to sign a marriage certificate due to incapacity, which if done ...

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Magombeyi resigns: Zimbabweans react

Zimbabwe Hospitals Doctors Association (ZHDA) President Peter Magombeyi has resigned. His resignation letter was put into public and Zimbabweans reacted differently to the news. Magombeyi wrote his resignation letter indicating that the 24th of January 2020 will mark his last day in office. “I do not intend to inconvenience you with this news, and I hope you will accept my ...

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex resign

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meagan Markle wrote a resignation letter noting that they are quitting as members of the Royal family and starting their own personal lives. In a personal letter from Harry and Meagan, they indicated that they intend to be financially independent. “We intend to step back as senior members of the Royal ...

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ED goes on leave

 President Emmerson Mnangagwa has already started his three weeks annual vacation and will resume work end January. In a statement the Presidential Acting Chief Secretary George Charamba announced that the two Vice Presidents, General Constantino Chiwenga and Comrade Kembo Mohadi will be acting on behalf of him during this time. “The Office of the President and Cabinet wishes to advise ...

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‘Chamisa, come let’s reason together’- Mutsvangwa

Former Member of Parliament for Norton Constituency Christopher Mutsvangwa urged MDC-Alliance President Nelson Chamisa to engage in a dialogue with Zanu PF for the greater good of the nation. Mutsvangwa urged Chamisa to put behind his differences with Zanu PF and accept to engage in talks with them. “Comrade Chamisa, come let’s reason together on a 50/50 basis & forget ...

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Mliswa extends gratitude to First Lady

Independent Member of Parliament (MP) for Norton Constituency Honourable Temba Mliswa has thanked First Lady Auxllia Mnangagwa for spreading love to Norton residents. The First Lady yesterday distributed groceries to the elderly, needy and vulnerable people in Norton. She spent much of her time doing kitchen and household chores just as other women. In a letter that he wrote, MP ...

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Harry Thomas blames politicians for Zimbabweans’ suffering

Former United States ambassador to Zimbabwe Harry Thomas said Zimbabwe government leaders are only interested in wealth accumulation and power mantainance. He said this during an interview with BSP News in United States. “Misfortune in Zimbabwe is because of massive corruption, mismanagement for many years; the government and leaders in Zimbabwe are only interested in power accumulation and wealth mantainance. ...

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Mnangagwa urges citizens to flee Zim poverty

President of Zimbabwe Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa advised Zimbabweans to leave the country for better yields if they are not satisfied with the current economic situation in Zimbabwe as he addressed Kuwadzana 2 community after a cleanup exercise today. President Mnangagwa said that most Zimbabweans want foreign currency over Zimbabwean bond notes and coins because they fail to understand that a ...

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